Things You Need to Know About Gearbox Maintenance Before You Buy Heavy Construction Equipment

Posted on: 4 June 2018

Heavy construction equipment is a huge investment, and to reduce repairs and downtime, you need to keep an eye on the condition of your equipment. In particular, you may want to take special care of the gearbox. Here are some tips to help you. Examine Fluids When Buying Used Equipment If you're buying used construction equipment, take some time to look at the gearbox fluid. If possible, check under the equipment for leaks.
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Three Practical Steps for Getting Residential Gas Installation

Posted on: 27 April 2018

There are numerous benefits of gas installations in homes. In general, natural gas is an ideal energy source for heating your water, warming the house and even cooking on your stove top and gas grill. If you choose this power option, you will have lower utility bills compared to relying fully on electricity. You should also note that natural gas is a relatively clean energy source with minimal carbon emissions. If you are interested in getting a natural gas connection in your home, you should use the below guidelines for ideal results.
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Avoid These Mistakes When Applying Epoxy to Your Home's Concrete Floors

Posted on: 27 March 2018

If your home's garage or basement, or any other such space, has a concrete floor, it's often good to apply epoxy over that surface, to protect the concrete and to give the surface a nice colour and shine. Epoxy flooring can also add traction to the concrete, so there is less risk of sliding or falling, even if the concrete is wet and slick. If you're going to apply epoxy to a concrete floor yourself, note a few common mistakes to avoid, so you know the job gets done right and that the flooring surface is strong and durable, and lasts as long as possible.
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Selecting Awnings for Cold Weather

Posted on: 9 January 2018

Awnings add functionality and style to any type of outdoor space. From porches to balconies and decks, awnings provide shelter from the sun, rain, and wind. For people who live in warm areas all year round, selecting awnings can be easy. They can choose from the many designs that are available without having to worry about damages to their new investment. However, for people living in cold areas where rain, snow and ice are likely to fall, selecting an awning is more complicated.
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